Then there’s Craig the bass player. He’s sort of the political one in the band. Quite outspoken in his views and the way he will start to get under people’s skin in some way. But I think you need that in the band, you need someone who is slightly political.
And what about you, what’s your position in the band?
(Laughs)I suppose, I’m the one that organises things, I guess. I’m sort of the people person and the person who gets things going and in place and makes sure everything is staying together. So I’m doing all the boring bits.
So are going to release a whole album or just this single?
It’s initially going to be this single. We are currently recording the album. We’ve just set up our own studio. After working with loads of producers and coming out just thinking that they are just not getting the band, we’ve decided we would create our own studio. So we’ve just, just finished building it. We just started demoing new tracks for the album and then we will record it properly.
What do you want for Attica State in the long run?
Overall we just want to connect with as many people as possible. To get our music out there and totally make a living from it. So we can just do exactly what we love, what we enjoy doing and do it all the time.
So you mean touring and getting shagged? (laughing)
Yes basically. (laughs) And drinking a lot. No, no it’s about the music. The rest is just the cream.
If you would like to experience Attica State’s lusty, dirty rock and roll sound you can visit their MySpace space or their website. You can purchase Attica State's new singles at Rebellion Records online shop.
In the UK you can also purchase them by texting to 78789
Indie rebellionrecords 1 (for You Don't Need It)
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